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 Cheryl Sue <I>Wittner</I> Cox

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Cheryl Sue Wittner Cox

Birth
Death
28 Nov 2020 (aged 62)
Mobile County, Alabama, USA
Burial
Cremated
Memorial ID
219176903 View Source

Born May 15, 1958 in Mobile.
Cheryl went to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on Nov. 28, 2020.
She was preceded in death by her parents Charles Frederick Wittner and Mary Sue Gardner Lollar. She is survived by her loving husband of 45 years, Lionel Barry Cox. Two daughters: Shena Morse(Orrin) and Felicia Burroughs (Josh). Three grandchildren: Elias Yokley, Carly Morse and Cruz Burroughs. One sister: Wanda Faye Richardson (Clem). Three brothers: Charles David Wittner(Tammy), Johnny Ray Wittner and Russell Wittner. Numerous nieces and nephews and friends.

She had an indescribable love for Jesus and people. She was selfless in every way. She gave the best hugs and love like nobody else. Being in her presence would brighten anyone’s day. You always left her home with a full belly and a smile on your face.
She gave sacrificially. Never wanted the best of anything for herself. Her joy came from serving others. And that she did to the fullest. Just to know her was knowing the love of Jesus. To hug her was feeling a hug from Him. She had the sweetest hands. Having her hold your hand would strengthen and comfort you.

To say she was the best wife, mom and grandmother is an understatement by far. She loved Barry, her children and grandchildren with a love that only Christ can give. She was a Perfect wife, mom, and grandmother. Wouldn’t of handpicked another. She loved cooking, baking and crocheting with Carly. They loved sleepovers together. With Cruz, she enjoyed watching him play golf and baseball. And Elias, they would talk on the phone for hours and as he grew up they had the best imagination together. She had an immeasurable bond with her grandchildren and children.

She was more than a mother to Felicia and Shena. She gave everything to give them the best of life. It was more than enough. She was more than enough. She and Barry showed them who Jesus is and that in itself is everything. We didn’t deserve her. But we meant the world to her. She sacrificed herself daily to care for them. We will never be able to fully describe the magnificent love she gave us.

Her love for Barry cannot be matched. Ever! He has her whole heart and she has his. Always will! Their love is a love that most are jealous of. Unconditional, unwavering, sacrificial, selfless love. They could and did get through anything together. She will always be the love of his life. There will never be another to compare. Their marriage was a perfect example of: in sickness and in health. And they both stood by that til God called her home.

She never complained when she was sick, never. She never wanted to be a burden to anyone. She was sick so much and God didn’t see to it to heal her this side of Heaven. But we rejoice with the angels and know that she is healed and we will see her again soon!

Born May 15, 1958 in Mobile.
Cheryl went to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on Nov. 28, 2020.
She was preceded in death by her parents Charles Frederick Wittner and Mary Sue Gardner Lollar. She is survived by her loving husband of 45 years, Lionel Barry Cox. Two daughters: Shena Morse(Orrin) and Felicia Burroughs (Josh). Three grandchildren: Elias Yokley, Carly Morse and Cruz Burroughs. One sister: Wanda Faye Richardson (Clem). Three brothers: Charles David Wittner(Tammy), Johnny Ray Wittner and Russell Wittner. Numerous nieces and nephews and friends.

She had an indescribable love for Jesus and people. She was selfless in every way. She gave the best hugs and love like nobody else. Being in her presence would brighten anyone’s day. You always left her home with a full belly and a smile on your face.
She gave sacrificially. Never wanted the best of anything for herself. Her joy came from serving others. And that she did to the fullest. Just to know her was knowing the love of Jesus. To hug her was feeling a hug from Him. She had the sweetest hands. Having her hold your hand would strengthen and comfort you.

To say she was the best wife, mom and grandmother is an understatement by far. She loved Barry, her children and grandchildren with a love that only Christ can give. She was a Perfect wife, mom, and grandmother. Wouldn’t of handpicked another. She loved cooking, baking and crocheting with Carly. They loved sleepovers together. With Cruz, she enjoyed watching him play golf and baseball. And Elias, they would talk on the phone for hours and as he grew up they had the best imagination together. She had an immeasurable bond with her grandchildren and children.

She was more than a mother to Felicia and Shena. She gave everything to give them the best of life. It was more than enough. She was more than enough. She and Barry showed them who Jesus is and that in itself is everything. We didn’t deserve her. But we meant the world to her. She sacrificed herself daily to care for them. We will never be able to fully describe the magnificent love she gave us.

Her love for Barry cannot be matched. Ever! He has her whole heart and she has his. Always will! Their love is a love that most are jealous of. Unconditional, unwavering, sacrificial, selfless love. They could and did get through anything together. She will always be the love of his life. There will never be another to compare. Their marriage was a perfect example of: in sickness and in health. And they both stood by that til God called her home.

She never complained when she was sick, never. She never wanted to be a burden to anyone. She was sick so much and God didn’t see to it to heal her this side of Heaven. But we rejoice with the angels and know that she is healed and we will see her again soon!


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